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jtrAN LED—To trade 160 acres of BOO
"V land {or kouseand lot ia XanKton
Address
ANrecommendations,
acres of pood prairie
ia Xanjcton.
Box 17. Hootland, Dakota.
iXrANTKU—A blacksmith. Inquir of
W p. MoKlfiNIS A, Blacksmith, Uavital St.
EXPJS1UJSN01SD MOUSK with firat-olasa
desires employment.
Uall opposite the Commercial hotel, or address
f. O. Box 688.
Wof
ANTKD-An intelligent lady to take oare
a baby and do light work.
ostoffioe box 880.
Address
\\I tkH'Ji&D—A girl—Inquire at She hardware
W
.toreof H. U. W*NM.
vl/ AN'IKI)—a inrl to do general housewor.
Vf t£nj«ire ot Airs. Williams, oorner
iiin and Mulberry street*.
I AUlUd wanted to get up Tea Olabs for oar
XJ tfare £eas and Uoifee. A host of useful
or doles to seleot from as premiums, ttend for
illustrated Pnoe and Premium List. braaiAL
Oiw to every tenth person that answers
this advertisement, we will send free one
nouud of ohoioe lw.
SAi"li X'lSA OOFFEH OO. Boston.
\X7ANTKD -A. lire, enexgetio nan, to repre
VT iiaent us. 74 per month and expenses.
Oood staples every one buys outfit and par
tiouUn JriiJfiK*
XAMUAUO SlliViSBWAttE DO., Boston.
Jfor But,
AOli BEST—A nice oottage adjoining my
JE ovrn residenoe ou Capital St. £nquiie ut
WALPKB M. ud.ua.
|AOti lijaS .* A'—A two story frame dwelling
JP house, situated on Us oar street, between
6th and Btn street. Apply to £1. JJ. WXNft.
fkFFIOH rooms to rent, as finely finished as
any in the oity and centrally located also
a furnished room in residenoe part of the city
at reasonable rates. Apply to
lXJDJLi!,*, nlUHEX 4 GHOSS.
-A dwelling house ou Walnut
i'hlrd, north of the Madison
house. Jfor further information apj^ly attbe
Oicy brewery. O. M. ttudd
UOBKENT
A.' street near i'hlrd, north of
uiOB BENT—A dwelling house, cistern and
well on grounds, and everything convenient.
Situated oorner Green and fourth streets,
XaaKton. Apply to
WILLIAM QLENF1ELD,
Fourth St., between Locust and ureen ttts.
tfOtt BUMI—A seven room brick house on
Douglas Aveuus, wita woodshed, cistern
ana painp. Inquire ot J. P. ctedueili, Jeweler,
Third street, opposite uxoelsior Drug store.
I^UUNISUED rooms to rent, with or without
JC board. Booms very pleasantly situated.
Apply to Mrs. Sarah Kiter, opposite 0. b. land
oUioti, Douglas avenue.
iTor Hale.
KUAX. BLANK CATALOGUK FOB WIM
•Li i'he Press and Dakotaian Legal Dianl
Catalogue for 188b, is now ready for deliver}
bsnt to any address ou application.
rvffro*
)B SALE—A solid tract of about 600 aores
land, seme li miles north of Yankton
aji southwest of Jamas rille, in Yanktun boun
ty. Also, lots 10, 11 and 12, of blook 1, of W.
and ti. addition to Yankton, being just oppo-
blook II, L.
I'ripp's residenoe. Also, lot 8,
Write me at Montgomery, Ala.
a. U. UUUUiSB.
to Judgi
7.
bHAVIMCI
BUI'S.
OUJitfd.
BaUdtjEa,
ohrutma^.
and
Mew Years
vmmt.
OMja&.j.ax,
QLAUSWABx
LAMPS.
OHAN'LIEBS
Ralph M. Ward,
Third street, Yankton Dakota^
CHINA HALL.
Fine
CKods
and
Lowest
Prioot.
Drugs,
Chemicals,
Toilet
^jTtiele»^
Bay Bum,
Hair Oil,
Ohoioe
Perfumery.
John Lang,
.m
Artistic Painter
AND DECOKATOK.
latest and
finest designs
A dsa
decoration, MJ~bho|
betwees Third and Fourtl
Working for Fun.
PBI0E9
of Blaok and Galvanised Iron Pipe
in orders of 100 feet and over for the next
thirty days:
Galvanised. Black,
Oents per foot.QOents per foot.
1 7 4 8-1°
Mi 1 H0 085 8 10
ItJ. Ut-10 io
pLANS AND 8PKOIFIOATIOH8 for BuUd-
OS no
Iron or Wood bridgws. Plana and spe
is furnished on the hsAting and ma
lating ot building, by Steam, Hot water or Oaii
•a sanitary principlMj
'fif
OOBBX
Wm. M. Powers,
Feed and Sale Stable
OppoaiU KorHaon Hotel,
CAPITAL BTBUT,. .IABKTOH, D. T.
"Agent for Oolumbms Baggy.
Best Free Lunch
UN JANKTgN
MIKE DEMENDES,
jfOUBTH STREET,
EVERY EVENIKCK
BAftNK*.
-'ankton Bank.
w'
*i
Edmunds. Hudson & Co,
Bankers, Yankton.
W« dt general Banking, Collection and
Loan businui, tha same at National Banks.
Buy and sell exshaage on the prtnolpal oitiet
of the United States and Europe.
Etoeoiai attention paid toaolleottons, and n
ssltted for invariably on day of payment.
Will loan monov. pay taxa* and soil raa
•stata tor non-rMlianU, on tavorakla tarai*.
EDMUNDS, HUDSON CO.
McKinney & Soongai,
Iks:
a
Tank to n, Dakota.
HT-LO A amuwAL BANKIHO ausutssei
Four per oent latereetallowi
Oollaotloss promptly attended to.
Dwmeatlo ondForehraExohange oagnt and
lold.
Hoaey to loan on Farm Property. Long time
Sen per oent. Interest, and Mo Commission.
Hnnlqiml Seauritiee, Bohool Bonds, and
Oountv warrants oouvht on reasonable terms.
fAHEB 0. M«VAY Prasldant.
W. H. KoTii, Oashler,
First National Bank
-OF-
A.NKTON, DAKOTA.
UNITED STATES DEPOSiTORV,
A A 0 0 9 0 0
HT7BPLUB 988,000 00
Correspondents Ohemioal National Bank,
New York. Oommeraial National Bank, Ohi
«agu, Illinois.
(•^Bell Exohanga on all tbc principal oltiee
if Kurope. VOollectlous reoeivs prompt
attention.
-AND-
EXAMINE THE FINE
N E W S O
2-»
10 s-lo 13 7-10
Labor $176 par day. JOB* H..O&UPBKLL.
Albert E. Oobby,
Architect and Mechani
cal *&n?iueer,..
IA.NKXON ••••••e.aa»«.
DAKOTA
—OF—
Pianos and Organs
Received at
W a
in Interior
Shop on Douglas avenue
ih streets, Yankton.
JOHN LAHG.
MUSIC STORE
C. B. TAYLOR,
WOOD WORKER
—AND—
PHO|LSTEREB.
Shop in the Sear of Sanborn's Furniture
Store AU orders laft at store will have prompt
attention.
Don't Experiment
By patronizing inexperienced workmen'
or those who Have not learned
the trade.
P. H. CONRAD IS THE
ONLY UPHOLSTERER
IN THE CITY.
Prices that defy competition, and satisfac
tion guaranteed. Shop opposite the Horriaon,
Third Street, Yankton. D. T.
TRUMAN L. PRATT,
County Justioe of the Peace.
Office Boom I,
BUNKER'S BLOCK,
I
HAND & BEAL,
A BOAT OFFICE, Mining. Ranch and
Oattle Brokers. Parties desiring
mining and ranch property will do well
to oonsalt us. Full information fur
sished^oa application. Addien F.
SILVER CITY... NEW MEXICO
Michael Brennaii,
MEAT MAHKET.
THIRD 8TJKEBT,
TABKTOH .DAKOTA,
W. L. DOW,
uSk-xcla.lt©ot,
EAriaMStart,Men
pUJU, specifications and geaaral aapwrU
ttMiaonwrtTTfcal nn—•vTt*5t
YANKTON, D. T., FEB. 33,1887.
Oox.Odiorne &Go.
JUST RECEIVED
Spring Stock
—OF—
White Goods,
Embroideries
AND
Table Linen®.
—AT—
COX, ODiORNE & CD'S.
HAJLLMiOA.it TtJBLB TABljtl.
OHIOAOO. MILWAUKEE A ST. PAUL RAILBOAD.
lhe east bound passenger train leaves at 8:00
a. m. each day, except Sunday.
The passenger train from the east arrives at
9 05 m. each day, exoept.Bunday.
The aooommodation train from the east
vrrives each aay, Sunday's exoepted, at 9:140
a. m. and departs at 9 ^0 a. m. for the west
and north.
The aooommodation train from the weBt and
north arrives at 6 00 p. m. and departs at 6:50
p, m. for the east each day exoepting bundays,
CHICAGO & NOETHWKBTKBK BAILBOAD,
The east bound passenger train leaves at 6:50
a., m. eaoh day, exoept Sunday.
The passenger train from the east arrives at
9:45 p. m. eaoh day, except Sunday.
Sunday passenger train leaves at 7:40 a. m.
and arrives at 10 a. m. making olose connec
tions with through passenger trains from and
to Ohioago.
Aooommodation trains leave for the east
each day, except Sunday, at 6:46 a. m. and 4:50
i. m. and artlve from the east eaoh day, except
unday, at 11:55 a. m. and7:25p. m.
Vukton Fostoffloe Hoars and Regulations*
The delivery windows are opened eaoh day
(Sundays exoeoted) at 8:00 a. m.
The delivery windows olose at 8 m.
The money order, postal note and registry de
partment opens at 9 a. m. and oloses at 4^0 p.
m.
On Bonda^n the delivery windows are kept
pen from 9^5 to 10:45 a. m. The lobby of the
.ffioeis open all day Sondays for the accom
modation of pernons rentin^look boxes.
Mails going" east via 0.. M. & St. P. B. B.,
7:80
a. m., and 6 pm, Sundays exoepted.
Malls going west and north via the Ohioago,
olose at 7
m., and 6
going west and
Milwaukee® Bt. Panl railroad olose at 9:90 a.
m.. Sundays excepted.
Mails going east and north by Ohioago &
Northwestern railroad olose at 9 p. m.
Eastern mails via Chioage & Bt Paul railroad
arrives at 8:40 m. and 10:12 a. m.
Eastern mail via Ohioago & Korthwestern
railroad ariives at 10 and departs at 0
a m.
Stage mails olote at 8:80 p. m., exoeit the
Niobrara, which closes at 12:80 p. m.
JL. I). PAJLMEB. .M.
THE WEAXHKB.
Yos'dsy, 8:30a.m.
To-day, B:S0a.m.
To-day. 1:80p.m.
Max. Thermometer 27.
Uin. Thermometer0.
•Below aero.
tlnappreoiable.
?Melted snow.
Just
57TH UEBT-
LOOAL OBBKBTAIZONS—TAKEN ON
DIAN TIMS.
War Department, Division of Telegrams, for the
benefit of Oommeroo and Agriculture.
Signal Servioe 0. S. A., Yankton, Feb. 23, '67.
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lti Jl'dy
E. H. THOMPSON,
ttera't Signal Corps, U. S. A.
JLUVAMJ L.AVUX1
begin-
To-day is ash Wednesday, the
ning of the lenten season.
The inter-state commerce bill, which
beoomes a law on the first of April, is
exciting mnch discussion among Yank
ton shippers.
The Y. M. 0. A. of Yankton will hold
a meeting on Wednesday evening next
in the Congregational churob for the
eieotion of officers.
At the M. E. churob to-night tbe
tern erauoe people of Yankton meet for
tbe transaction of important business.
A large attendance is requested
Miss Bealah Mattheisen entertained a
large party of friends at her father's
Pine street rtsidence last evening.
Those who attended enioyed themselves
largely.
Sergeant- Thompson received a cold
wave warning this forenoon whioh pre1
diets a tall of from fifteen to twenty-five
degrees by seven o'clock to-morrow
morning.
Frank Zienert is still Belling chances
on tbe masioal box for tbe benefit of the
fire departmeut at 60 oents eaoh. The
ohanoes were not ail sold daring the fair
and the drawing has not taken place.
Fred Neth & Co., of this oity, have
purchased the general merchandise
stook of Baner & Youngman at Lester
ville and will henceforth oonduot that
business as a branoh of tboir Yankton
store.
Oarl Bender, one of the oldest Russian
German oitizens of Yankton, died at
his home in this ciity yesterday at 1:30
p. m., aged 72 years. Mr. Bender was
man of considerable wealth and was in
fluential among his people.
Reports from Sioux Oity are that there
have been two fireB there to-day—one at
four and.the other at leven a. m. The
first destroyed a building belonging to
Mr, Skinner and the other was said
to be the Franz brewery. The incendiary
is abroad.
Stormy indioationB have prevailed all
day and a brisk wind has kept the snow
flying. We oan look for cloudy weather
and frequent snow squalls from now
until the break op, the immense snow
deposit furnishing an unusual supply bt
atmoepherio moisture.
On tbe 17th of tbe ourrent month Gov
J.
LI.
Pennington, ot this oity, was
Jackson, Mississippi, and on that day
the national dairymen's and fruit
growers' convention was in session there.
Oov. P6nningtou responded (or Dakota
to an addrece ot welcome before the con
vention and the southern papers speak
of his address as a very fine one.
It 10 shown by the records in the
Yankton pgnal offioe that the neM
temperature for t.ho months of Novem
ber Deoember, 1886, and January,
1887, was below the average, and the in
dications are that the mean tempera
ture for the presentlmonth will also be
below the February average. This
will give as four months ot oontinaons
cola whioh beats the reoord. It ia pos
sitly given us in compensation for the
two straight months of intense heat last
summer.
The Sra department held a meeting
at the truck housa last night for the
transaction of business. The report of
the ojmmittee whioh had the fair in
obarge was heard, and the committee
discharged from farther dutieB, There
remains in the treasury $616, prooeeds
of the fair, S225 of which will be expend'
ed for a racing hose oar?. Two running
teams, a hose team ahd a hook and lad
der team were organissed and will begin
practicing as soon as the weather per
mits.
The Indian commissioner advertises
for proposals for furnishing the Indian
service with about 360 yoke of work
oattle with yoke and oh tins, 600 head of
stock oattle, 400 oows, 700 heifers, 474
brood mares, 17 Feroheron stallions, 239
miloh oows, 95 bulls, 4 males, 285
wagons, 350 sets harness, 262,000 feet of
assorted lumber, 800.CC0 shingles, 400
glazed window sash, and a variety of
nails, hinges, etc. These proposals will
ba reoeived at the Indian offioe until one
o'olook p. m. of March 7th. Schedules
and all necessary inetrnotions will be
famished by tbe postmaster at Yankton.
THE BENEDICTS' BALL.
Merry Dancers to the Xumber of Two
Hundred arc Entertained at the
merchants.
One of the enjoyable social events of
the season whioh is now olosed to some
of Yankton's sooiety people was. the
Benedicts' ball which was held at the'
Merchants hotel laBt evening. Nearly
every one of the two hundred invita
tions were responded to by their recip
ient a in persoD, and nothing marred the
pleasure of tbe evening. The masio
was rendered by the Klotz orohestra of
five pieces, and so inspiriting were
the merry waltzers and the merrier
quadrilles that the crowd did not begin
to disperse until the last of the numbers
on the programme was finished. In tbe
double parlors of tbe hotel tables loaded
with tempting refreshments were spread
and the visits to^this department were
by no means a small portion of the
evening's pleasure. Mrs. Kramer per
sonally superintended tbe serving ot
the refreshments, and to her credit be it
said that a social assembly in Yankton
is not often so well fed. Of tbe many
elegant oostumes of the ladies present,
oolamnB descriptive might be written,
Yankton's fair daaghters evidently
took special pains in preparing toilets
for this social affair whioh their hus
band?, brothers, friends and fathers had
arranged for and that they succeeded ad
mirably is the unanimous verdiot.
9AKBIGD.
PEDEBSON—HALVEBSON—In Yankton at
the residence of Mr. Bloom, Feb. 28d by Truman
Pratt, esq, J. Mr. Qle Pederson and Hiss
Julia Halverson, both of Yankton.
Fred Neth & (Jo's., new store on north
Broadway is open to the public
50 Pieces—Fifty pieoes ol all wool
oashmeres for sale at cost at
J. £. BKUCE'S.
Ladles Furnishing Goods at Cost.
Now is the time to buy, Martin &
Nortbrope are selling at oost. They
give more for the money than any other
dealers in the oity.
J. R. Samborn & Son's, furniture
warerooms. A complete line of ell
classes of J&rnitare, upholstering and
undertaking.
Christoph Stienbach, the
Broadway grocer, presents
1 each purchaser of a dol
ar's worth of groceries for
cash a ticket for a drawing
for a new Singer sewing
machine which machine is
on exhibition at C. Stein
bach's grocery house in the
Max block on Broadway.
For Bent—The house now oooupied
by me with furniture, is for rent on
aooommodatiDg terms, to a suitable
tenant. JOHN L. PENNINQTOK.
H. W. Pike haB purchased, of Geo. E
Hawley, his tinner's outfit and has se
cured the servioes of a first clasB tinner.
On and after Feb. 1st, he will be pre
pared to do all work in that line with
neatness and diepatoh. His business
headquarters will be on the oorner of
Broadway and Third streets.
Mo a ay to loan on real state or ohattle
aeoority. E. H. VAN ANTWEBP,
Abatraot Offioe.
Subscribe Now—You oan yet any
newspaper published In America or
Eorope at the lowest subscription price.
Any premiams offered by publisher in
cluded. Daily papers changed at any
time if not satisfactory to subsoriber.
Also school supplies, books, pictures, ka.
at A. W. HOWABD'S.
$1000—Worth of personal property
consisting of horses machinery eto. to
exohange for Yankton oity lots.
E. M. O'BBIEN.
ttonnihoeliw,
New shoes 40 ooiats
Resetting .... 20 coots
Am agent for the Harrison .wagon
oompany. T. J. WILLIAMS,
To the many who have given us their
patronage in the past we return thanks,
and ask for a oontinuanoe of oonfidenoe
in the future. FBED NETH 3C Co,
For Sale—I will eeli in a lamp or
by tlie piece all my household furniture
for cash within sixty days. The first to
call will receive the benefit of good
bargain*. JOHN J. DGTFAOK.
Taxes—Yankton oounty taxes ere
now delinquent. Fay up and save
trouble. HBUIMX EIXXBHAN,
'•I'"' Oounty Treannr*
m--
A PRESENTATION SCENE.
Bel/aad Mrs. C. F. Clapp Remembered
by their Yankton Friends—A Happy
Last evening was one not soon to be
forgotten by the many participants in a
joyous sooial affair. At the residence ot
J. Sanborn a gathering of people to
the number of 350 assembled, the oc
casion being a reoeption tendered Rev,
and Mrs. 0. F. Clapp by Mr. and Mrs.
Sanborn. At eight o'olook the guests
began to assemble and at nine o'olook
all were present. At this juncture an in
teresting affair occurred whioh mast
not be overlooked. Mr. and Mrs. Clapp
had been indaoed to seat themselves iu
the doable door way between the front
and rear parlors, where a orowd of
friends were conversing with them.
Withoat any previous warning D. N.
Grose oalled every one to order by a clap,
of his hands and in load tones asked for
J. H. Teller. Mr. Teller forthwith pre
sented himself bearing in his hands
several saspiaiouB looking packages.
After seouring a position direotly iu front
of Mr. and Mrs. Clapp, Mr. Teiler made
a brief but appropriate address to the
pastor and his wlfo and closed
with this remark: "Your friends have
thought it proper to present to you these
tokens of their regard." With bis right
hand he threw a silken watoh guard
about Mr. Clapp's neck, and with his
left hand he plaoed in the minister's
hands a gold oase watoh, Rookford
movement, oases handsomely engraved,
and the inside back case bearing the in
scription: "C. F. Clapp. From friends
in Yankton. February 22nd, 1887". To
Mrs. Clapp, Mr. Teller presented a
velvet oase containing a diamond pin of
a style unique and handsome. To Mr.
and Mrs, Clapp jointly a pair of gold
pen holders and pens were given with
the oompliments of Mr. and Mrs. L. M.
Caya.
In reply Mr. Clapp said:
"My dear friends, I thank you very
kindly for these tokens of love and
esteea-, aud I believe the feelings which
prompt these gifts to be genuine. I
have spent the happiest days of my life
in Yankton, and 1 wish that I might
take all my friendB with me."
Mr. Clapp then alluded to matters
concerning tho Yankton ohuroh, and
oloecd hiB remarks with prayer.
After an hour of pleasant conversation
and of many sAd good-bys the oompany
was provided with the necessary ntenBils
and refreshments were served.
Mr. Clapp occupies his pulpit in the
First Congregational ohuroh for the last
time on Sunday, March 6th, and by the
first train out of Yankton after that date
he leaves for Oakland, California, there
to take oharge of a parish. Mrs. Clapp
goes to her home in Indiana to-morrow
morning for a visit with relatives and
friends before leaving for California, and
the household effects are being prepared
for shipment and will be sent ahead.
The happy event of last evening was
one of the olosing scenes in tbe Yankton
experience of a most worthy oouple,
with whom our people part with many
regrets and With the Bincere wish that
peace and joy may be with them on tbe
far away golden slope.
Watches, diamonds, silver
goods and spectacles, at the
jewelry store of
1L G. CliAllK &CO.,
':.•
Yankton, D. T.
PJBBSONAJj.
A. E. Jones, of Sioux Falls, is agueBt
at the Morrison.
Fred J..White, of Sioux City, was in
tbe oity laBt night.
E. C. Kennedy, of Parker, spent last
night in Yankton.
L. H. Towns, of Sioux City, was in
Yankton last night.
F. L. Tan Tassel viBited Sioux City
and returned yesterday.
Isaac Piles paid his reBpeota to the
Vermillionites yesterday.
O. H. Irvine, of Ohioago, is selling
hard ware in this oity to-day.
Robt. Barns, of the Mortgage bank,
returned from tbe north last night.
Oarl Westover, of Blunt, Dakota,
spent last night in the Fountain Oity,
E. E. Hudson and wife arrived last
night from the east, where Ithey have
visited several weeks..
Captain D. W. O. Tanner, seoretary of
the Yankton insurance company, is
doing business in Sioux Falls.
A. W. Howard and A. L. Hinman spent
yesterday and a large portion of to-day
on the bleak prairies of Nebraska.
Mrs. John A. Stafford and ohildren
left on the Northwestern this morning
for Aberdeen, to join Mr. Stafford who
is located there.
Dr. H. V. Van Velsor aud Dr. 8.
Strohn, of Hartington, Nebraska, were
guestB at Dr. J. B. Van Valsor's lesi
denoe in Yankton yesterday.
Mrs. O. F. Clapp leaves to-morrow
morning for Indiana, there to visit un
til her husband meets her in Ohioago
and together they will go to Oakland,
California,
Geo. E. Hawley, of Yankton, represent
ing the Goewty wholesale hardware com'
pany ot Sioux Oity, reached Yankton
last night on his first trip as a oommer
oial drummer.
E. Branoh returned.lost night from
Sioox Oity, where be completed arrange
ments for, taking a position with the
Rankins* far'm implement company,
Mr. Branch, leaves Yankton the first of
March.
150 Choice Lots—Near location of
Dulntb, Denver and Yankton railroad
depot. Bay before the boom. Will
advanoe prioes twenty-five per bent after
Maroh 1st. E. M. O'BBIEN.
Insurance—Why pay high rates?
Oall and seejme before renewing. One
thud lower than Board rates.
E. M. O'BBIEN.
Lost—A looket watoh charm Btone
setting on each sUe—oblong in shape
Finder will be saitably rewarded .by
leaving same at this office.
For Sale—Ths largest general mer
chandise business ln Tyndall,a good
& ^feflsUri
live prosperous town and oounty seat ot
Bon Homme oounty, Dakota best street
oorner, 3 lots, buildiug 64x94, with all
the stook and fixtures, worth $14,000, will
sell for $9,000 if taken up before March
1st, 1387. Address
A. ZIENKBT, Tyodall, Dak.
"':V DAKOTA AND DAKOTAWARD.
Railroad Movements which Interest
the People of tbe Territory.
WOltKINd F&OH WIXJjMAR.
The engineer corps of the Willmar
and Sioux Falls division of the Denver
and Dalath road has been in the field
all winter and has been looating a per
manent line. RMative to this survey
the Pipestone (Minn) Republican ot tbe
18th sayB:
On Taesday last Ole B. Johnson of
Aetna towusliip, was in this village,
and stated that a surveying party ot
the Willmar and Sioux Falls railroad
hdd reached hiB place, and had been
making their headquarters with him
for several days.' He also stated that
they found a satisfactory line down to
the borders of this county, and were
nearly following the old survey on this
eay. With any sort of favorbble weath
er the party will no doubt reaoh Pipe
Btone by Saturday of this week. From
Aetna on the southwest through this
oounty there are no difficulties in ihe
way, aud the work will be rapid. When,
however, the surveyors get over near
the Pa'isades they will again strike
rough oountry, and will experience some
of the same difficulties they have passed
through in Lyons county, tsest of
Marshall.
^Commenting upon the forgoing the
Sionx Falls Press remarks:
It is safe to say that in tbe next three
or four weeks the survey will be com
pleted to Sioux Falls, and then comes
tbe question of what aid is to be asked
of this and otber oounties along the hue.
ANOTHER "DULTJTH AND DENVER"
A speoial from Wessington Springs,
up in Jeranld county,"states that sinoe
the purohase of the Dalath and Denver
by tbe Manitoba road, it is thought the
great "diagonal" will be pushed through
next season, Cantraots, it is said, have
been let to bnild the road from Water
town to Huron, and the line will be
orowded through at an early day in the
spring. It will probably remain at
Huron for the present,, at least, as the
Indian reservation outs off its progress
west of the Missouri river.
THE BISMARCK EXTENSION
The people of Jerauld oounty are en
ooaraged to hope for a|railroad. Crow
Lake information states it to be a settled
faot that if no adverse legislation ooours
at the present session of our legislature
the oontraot for the grading of the Bis
marck line of the Chicago, Milwaukee
and St. Paul railroad will be let—only
subjeot to the above contingency, and
by July 1 tbe connecting link between
Armour and Rosooe through White
Lake, Crow Lake, St. Lawrenoe and
Miller will be completed and open for
traffio.
A NOBTHWBSTEBN BUltOBi
Last fall a preliminary aurvey was
made of the Ohioago and Northwestern
railroad from Mitchell, passing a little
south of Horseshoe Lake, and running
thence to Harrold, on the Dakota oen
tral division of the Northwestern road
It is now reported that the road, will be
built next season.
Itemoval—O. Steinbaoh has removed
his otore from Serr's blook to Max's
blook, ooonpying tbe oommodious
grooery rooms, where he will continue to
keep a full assortment of grooeries and
provisions, and cordially invites the pat
ronage of the publio.
Two Farms for Bant In Knox
County, Nebraska.
Fourteen miles from Niobrara, one
mile from mill, one mile from store, one
half mile from BJhool. Eighty acres
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First Publication Feb. lBtb,
Notice of Sale in Ditch Proceed
ings.
VTOTIOE is hereby siren that oommenoins on
i.^1 -the 17th day of March, 1887, at 11 o'olook a.
m. ana continuing from day to day until all
sold, at the offioe of the oounty elsrk in.aad for
Yankton county at tbe oity of Xaakton, in
Yankton oounty, Dakota Territory, we the un
dersigned will tell the job* of digging and con
structing tbe joint Hitch petitioned for byD
O. Lawrenoe, John Williams and others ant
known as the "Clay Greek ditch" established
by the boards of oounty commissioners of
Tanktou and Olay coos ties by their older
bearing date the llth day of January 1887. to
the lowest responsible bidder or bidders eaoh
and every snare and allotment thereof,
separately, commencing at the ons including
the outlet and thenoe in succession up stream
to tfie one including the source. Said work to
be completed within the time required, and no
bid will be entertained which ezoesds more
than twenty per oentorer and above the esti
mated coxt of the construction in any ease,
and the suooessful bidder will be required to
ive satisfactory bond for the faithful per.
aad fulfillment of his oontraot and
to nay all damages that may accrue by reason
of nia failure to oomplete the lob within the
time required in bis contraet. fhe said order
estimates and profile are on file and may
be se?n at our respective offices.
Dalod at Yankton, Yankton Oounty, Dakota
Territory, this 18t!h day of February, 1887.
0KB18T1A9 HAW, Ooonfir Clerk el Yankton
County. Dakpta Territory.
of Deeds and ei
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